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World Humanitarian Day - Every day ‪ aid workers help millions of people around the world, regardless of who they are and where they are. World Humanitarian Day is a global celebration of people helping people.

Revelation of 2013: Imagine Dragons. Concert @ E-Werk Köln was great!

Imagine Dragons - Demons @ E-Werk Köln

Some special piece of architecture! Traditional Dutch houses all 'stacked' together to become Inntel Hotel Zaandam.

Some special piece of architecture! Traditional Dutch houses all 'stacked' together to become Inntel Hotel Zaandam.

30 April 2013. After having had a Queen for  the last 123 years, the Netherlands now have a King. What a wonderful day and ceremony it was. In the picture, Prinses Beatrix (former Queen), King Willem Alexander and his wife Queen Maxima and their 3 daughters: Amalia, Alexia and Ariane.

leetje: A portrait of the Dutch Royal Family- top: King Willem-Alexander, Queen Maxima, Princess Beatrix; bottom: Princess Alexia, The Princess of Orange Catharina-Amalia, Princess Ariane

Expatriate experience is crucial for future leaders. The book Worldly Women combines many tools and exercises with the expert advice of women in senior level expatriate roles and serves as a personal coach to any woman interested in an expatriate assignment.

Worldly Women shows any woman who has ever considered working abroad how to expatriate successfully and achieve excellence. At this crucial period, when our workforce is becoming .

This is what a nice cup of coffee looks like :-) (Coffee Nero - Marco Fabiano)

This is what a nice cup of coffee looks like :-) (Coffee Nero - Marco Fabiano)

The Dutch engineers are often hired to salvage capsized or sunk ships. Think of the Herald of Free Enterprise (1987), Koersk (2000), Costa Concordia (2012), all salvaged by Dutch companies such as Smit Internationale and Boskalis

The Dutch engineers are often hired to salvage capsized or sunk ships. Think of the Herald of Free Enterprise Koersk Costa Concordia all salvaged by Dutch companies such as Smit Internationale and Boskalis

Storm surge barrier, built to protect the Netherlands from flooding when water level gets too high. Some serious engineering!

De Ramp in de Deltawerken en Watermanagement in Nederland. The Great Flood of the Deltawork and Watermanagement in the Netherlands.